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STOP PRESS. 0 THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR IMPORTANT NEWS RECEIVED AFTER WE HAVE GONE TO PRESS. I A AN ENGLISH OONSm. IN DANGER. ASSAULTED BY A SPANISH CROWD. A Central News telegram frr-m Kingstown, Jamaica, this morning, saysReports have this morntaz been received from Santiago ds Cuba stating that the life of Mr. F. W. Rams- den. the English Consul, is in danger, the Span sh populace being greatly incensed against him. nze The only reason for their antipathy appears. to be that Mr .Ramsden has had the manage- ment of the Amer.can relief supplies, and has been succouring the starving Cubans who hare been driven into the City. Only two evenings ago he was practically made a prisoner in his house, a howling mob having surrounded the building, throwing mud. breaking the windows and shouting incessantly "Down with the Americans, "Down with the Englis-h." It is believed that one of the gunboats, here will be sent to Santiago to ensure his safety. ADDITIONAL ARRIVALS THIS MORNING. Gipsy Jack. Savnrv. Colin Coop, Queen of the Kenites, Soida. D Aver. Lemuel. Rosanna colt. Mittimus, Ahrnnes. Sauce Tuz, Urania, Belle- vin, Chaieureux, Yorker. Brechin, Shest Anchor, Lady Fisher, Queen's TVake. Hfraeombe, Dale Tre-3. Telesinus, Bobbie. Cricklewood, DI* Ralph, Saxon Prince, Prince of Poets. Pros- perous. Eoral Rose, King Tartar. Murthly. Whiteheath, Goodwin Sands, Armenian, and

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